Thoughts on the intersection of music, technology, and creativity.
Top tools and tips from Quaver to meet your Students wherever they are! Welcome back to school! We hope you had a great and relaxing summer. The start of the new school year looks different than years past. Are you teaching online? Teaching from a cart for the first time ever? Or maybe you are […]
New to Quaver this year? Allow us introduce ourselves. QuaverEd is an educational resource provider headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. With roots in Music City, we support teachers and students around the world, using music and technology to help them learn and grow together. Your student may have been introduced to Quaver in music class, by […]
New SEL lesson eases back-to-school transition for young students, addresses tough subjects Welcome back! We hope you had a wonderful summer. Have you been able to take some time to reflect, relax, and recover? As you head back to school, there is a lot of uncertainty. This past year has been anything but predictable. Both […]
Though Conference Ends, Quaver Continues Delivering Excellence By Kristin Clark Taylor *** “I seriously didn’t want it to end.” Those were the words of Anita Clay Moody, an elementary music specialist in Georgia who felt a little sad to see the conference come to an end but very, very happy to have learned so much […]
The Lessons Learned during QuaverCon are Deep and Enduring. By Kristin Clark Taylor *** The music education community is still buzzing – and singing! And clapping! – as they look back at Quaver’s show-stopping performance as host of QuaverCon 2020. A new gold standard has just been set for visionary, virtual outreach. Two full days […]
Ground-Breaking. History-Making. “Heartfelt.” By Kristin Clark Taylor The statistics are groundbreaking; the scope, history-making. And when one music educator was asked to describe this virtual, visionary, two-day conference using only one word, she didn’t hesitate – not even for a moment. Her answer: “Heartfelt.” First, let’s let the facts and figures tell the story: 2: […]